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Matt Deely

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Matt Deely

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Biography

Professional

He was associate set designer to Stefanos Lazaridis on over 20 operas.

He was set designer for: Crime & Punishment, Golden Mask Nomination, director Andrei Konchalovsky Moscow; Rigoletto with Alessandro Talevi & Ran Arthur Braun, Seoul Korea; The Moon Opera and Individual Soliloquy with Yabin Wang Beijing; iTMOi Akram Khan Company World Tour; Kwita Izina, Kwibuka 20 and Ubumuntu Arts Festival Rwanda; Beethoven’s Symphony no.9 and Romeo & Juliet, K-Ballet Tokyo; Opera: Full Moon in March, Southbank; Celtic Woman World Tour; ELITE models show, Shenzhen China; Sun & Heir and Rim of the World,  ROH; Pas Pas moi Va et vient, (Beckett) TNP Lyon; Petra von Kant, Southwark Playhouse; 4 Seasons/Adam Zero, Stadstheatre Bremerhaven; Video: La nuit du train, CDNT Satrouville Paris; The Little Prince, Le Grandes Ballets Montreal; Art director Olympics opening ceremony, London; Currently designing set for Otello at Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre, director Andrei Konchalovsky.


CRIME & PUNISHMENT

 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
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Role:
Set Designer
Year:
2016
Venue:
Russia Theatre Pushkin Square

Crime & Punishment is a Rock Opera, with inspirational music from Eduardo Artemiev, which includes many different styles of traditional and modern music from all over Russia, a concept conceived and directed by Andrei Konchalovsky.

It makes a comment on Russian society over 200 years of its history, deriving inspiration from the novel Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky, a story on the mental anguish and moral dilemmas of Rodion Raskolnikov, an impoverished ex-student in Saint Petersburg who formulates a plan to kill an unscrupulous pawnbroker for her money, set in modern day Russia it has flashbacks in time.

The set is two remotely controlled moving walls, a suspended room and a background of a brick wall, 32 effortless scenes changes , with wall movements, and addition of props, a horse and cart, a Rolls Royce, a Paddy wagon and even a real scale St Petersburg train carriage.

Credits:

Director:
Andrei Konchalovsky
Composer:
Eduardo Artemiev
Librettist:
Yuri Râšenceva
Costume Designer:
Tamara Eshba
Choreographer:
Yuri Pysokhov
Hardware and Technology:
Polymedia

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